Path Of Exile Updated Peak Online Record On The Release Of The Siege Of Atlas Add-On

The PC version of Path of Exile was accompanied by a massive update Siege of the Atlas, that led to a brand record-breaking high online. The creators of Grinding Gear Games acknowledged this, but they didn’t provide specific figures.

Path of Exile operates both via its own launcher, as well as it is available in EGS as well as Steam. The latter is the only one that’s accessible to the public as per SteamDB the 4th of February was when Path of Exile had 158,882 users at the time the game was launched, which is a new bar to the game.

Change in graph of user numbers using PoE.

It’s possible that the total action RPG gathered more players online as the developers did not provide a specific platform the records were set. In the same year, the studio announced that the debut of DLC “Echoes of Atlas” one game drew 265,250 players – and that record was defeated today.

“Siege of Atlas” will not pass to consoles. Players or Xbox owners will access the update starting the 9th of February. Find out more information regarding the “Siege of Atlas” DLC here.

It’s important to remember this: Path of Exile was released in 2013, and since then, the game’s popularity has steadily increased the number of players. Additionally, Grinding Gear is currently developing a sequel scheduled to release by 2024.

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